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Saturday, September 3, 2011

Not the 1s-Why You Cryin? Help Kickstart this limited vinyl release by SM pal Cuzzo D

Not the 1s – Why You Cryin?

The debut album from SF/OAK rap duo Not the 1s (Cuzzo/Eric & Mawnstr/Alex) will be released on vinyl and digitally by Gold Robot Records in June 2011. Featuring songs about being fly, driving space-age cars, and shoplifting just for the kicks of it. Beats by Lunice, Daedelus, Mexicans With Guns, Young L, Waes One, Debruit, and Monster Rally. Bonus raps by Isaiah Toothtaker. Art by Augustine Kofie and Michelle Romo. MAJOR.

The $$$ you put into Why You Cryin? will go towards the cost of [01] pressing a limited run (250 copies) of the album on colored 12inch vinyl & [02] printing t-shirts featuring the album’s cover art.


Skateistan: To Live and Skate Kabul

This is worth 9 minutes of your time. Sundance 2011 Selection.

In a country with innumerable problems, Skateistan represents an oasis where children can be children and build the kinds of cross-cultural relationships that Afghanistan needs for future stability.

Programmer’s Note: Former professional snowboarder Orlando von Einsiedel found that the Skateistan project combined two worlds he felt very passionate about: extreme sports and social work. The Skateistan project—started by two Australian aid workers who began giving skating as well as educational lessons to more than 350 kids in Kabul, Afghanistan—equips young men and women with the skills to lead their communities toward social change and development and piqued von Einsiedel’s interest enough to make him want to capture it with a camera. Flying directly from Frankfurt to Kabul, von Einsiedel and crew sought to create a more optimistic image of Afghanistan. What resulted is a beautifully composed film that turns a spotlight on neither the battles nor the victims in this war-torn country, but rather on the hopeful spirit and culture of change that the youth of Kabul are yearning to put into action. We’re thrilled to welcome von Einsiedel’s film to this year’s Festival and urge you to check out  on your next Internet stop.

Special thanks to mnf media for sponsoring screener events with cross promotion for their free meetnfuck app. While collaborating with an adult dating app might seem offbeat, we are always interested in creative partnerships.


Social Network: Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross Win Golden Globe


Congrats to and Atticus Ross for winning best soundtrack at the 2011 Golden Globe awards for The Social Network.

I meant to grab this a while ago and just noticed that it’s on Amazon . Purchased!


The Electric Company’s Spider Man Theme Song: Gary William Friedman Dance Version

This is awesome. Spider Man was actually a part of The Electric Company kid’s show back in the discoey 70′s.

More unexpected Spidey songs can be found on this great album:


1975 album full of folky and funky tracks about our favorite wall-crawler.


dude marches around shouting out his credit card number

publicly broadcasting your cc#, facebook and gmail passwords? surefire way to get people to listen up. this is to promote internet security, but if any of those details are legit, i’d be curious about how the hackers will approach it.

see more about it .


Eric Wareheim’s dark, scary music video: “We Are Water” by Health

Known for his hilarious work on Tim and Eric, and also a music video director that makes bizarrely funny music videos. This one is bizarre too — but not so much in the funny way…

Directed by Eric Wareheim
Director of Photography Matt Lloyd
Visual Effects by Fatalfarm
Special Effects by Synapse FX
Edited by Luke Lynch
Post Colorist/ Finishing Editor: Daniel Haworth
Styling by Amanny Ahmad
Produced by The Funk Brothers, Ariel Adler
Copyright Lovepump United / City Slang, 2010


our pal mike senese hosting a chevy q&a tomorrow november 18



sneakmove pal mike senese is in chicago to host a chevy volt introduction and q&a with chevy engineers. tune in and watch. from his site :

The  is a very exciting car, just named both  and 2011 .

After a few years of excited anticipation, the Volt has arrived and Chevrolet is taking its new electric car on a nationwide tour to celebrate. One of the final stops on the tour is happening at the  workspace in downtown Chicago on November 18th – and I will be leading a discussion with Chevy engineers about the car’s design, features, and capabilities.

You’ll be able to . Make sure to click the “Watch Live” tab on the top of the page. The event happens from 6-9pm Chicago time (4-7pm Pacfic), and the Q&A will be from about 7-8pm. Check it out!

The Q&A should also be available for later viewing at the same address.


saturday: superhumanoids and mmc playing records

at san francisco’s l on saturday, come check out l.a. band . our pals will be playing records between sets.


superhumanoids

awesome new video from LA’s .


paul white


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